#6
Thanks for the suggestions! I really like how the body and horns of the guitar are rounded rather than "square-ish" like what you get with a lot of other super-strats. I haven't had much luck finding anything on the internet like it.
#8
Quote by b4pb=awesome
The outline of the ltd is similar in shape however it isn't as rounded as the ashton



Yeah, but its the closest that I can think of. I think I have seen these kinds of shapes with round edges more in bass than guitars.

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#9
Quote by MaaZeus
Yeah, but its the closest that I can think of. I think I have seen these kinds of shapes with round edges more in bass than guitars.


Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking. Thanks though! I'll have to keep looking, i'm suprised this shape isn't more common for guitars
#10
Agile rounds their horns in a somewhat similar fashion:



That one isn't the best picture, to be sure. There are others, but I cannot think of them right now. That shape was popular in the early 1990s. Tung basses used to look a lot like that:

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#11
Quote by b4pb=awesome
Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking. Thanks though! I'll have to keep looking, i'm suprised this shape isn't more common for guitars



Indeed. Personally I am bored to tears by strats and superstrats. However the longer, meaner looking upper fin and asymmetric/tilted bottom, like in the LTD Horizon III and the guitar in your link, is exactly the right kick it needs. It looks awesome.

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